Andar Bahar is today one of the most played live casino card games. It's an easy game to understand, as you only need to back the Andar or Bahar side to win a bet. Like Live Baccarat, the main hands have a 50% chance of winning. That's why some casinos take a commission from winning hands to give the house an advantage.
So, if you're not ready to part with even a single percent of your wins, SA Gaming, a leading Asia-based live game provider, has something for you. Recently, the company announced a brand-new Andar Bahar game with a No Commission mode. This classic card game with intriguing upgrades promises to bring a wave of excitement to players at the best live casino sites.
NC Baccarat keeps the classic feature of the original Hindi game. The live dealers use the familiar 52-card decks, and the game starts with the croupier cutting cards and showing them to players. Players can then bet on the side they feel the next card of similar rank will land on. In short, the live casino game is split into the left and right sides.
SA Gaming confirmed that both the Andar and Bahar bets have even money payouts (1:1). This means if you place a $10 bet on Bahar to win, you'll receive a total payout of $20. The game also has an upgraded user interface with a toggle button for gamers to switch between betting modes seamlessly.
Other notable additions to this game are the three new side bets. Below is an overview:
SA Gaming commented:
“Both Andar Bahar and NC Andar Bahar have raised the number of side bets on the total number of cards dealt, from 8 side bet options to 10, and they now allow a maximum payout of 800x!”
The company has recently been launching new live casino games as it aims to cement its top spot in the industry. In July 2023, the developer announced Teen Patti 20-20, another classic card game from India. SA Gaming also released a new Live Blackjack table with seven seats.